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2 passes over of 2nd pic shows in and in with the brightest in and in The arrow points at the start of the of the passing through the 1

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Ein Modell 1:100 unseres Weltraumbeobachtungsradar gibt es heute noch bis 24 Uhr bei der Bonner Wissenschaftsnacht (Münsterplatz) zu sehen. Damit erzeugen wir Radarbilder z.B. zuletzt an Ostern von der chin. Raumstation #Tiangong1 beim Wiedereintritt.

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Instagram Image by World of Queries (@worldofqueries) with caption : "China’s Tiangong-1 space station is reentering our atmosphere

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China’s Tiangong-1 space station is reentering our atmosphere Read the full article over it Only on 👉💻 ! for more updates #tiangong1

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ppl genetically modified into mutants. falling stars with alien invasion. why so much media showing the same theme n narrative? notice they have a military research facility held where the comet landed.. #Tiangong1

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Commfund best fun. This is really the most fun filled mod I've had so far in uni, thanks to this 4 genius from the universe. #tiangong1

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! What is it all about? AND - The world wide largest radar system can detect spacedebris precisely and image satellites in detail. Only one week to go for . Learn more there! Click on the profile link to learn more about our exihibtion booth on the ILA Berlin or copy this link: https://www.fhr.fraunhofer.de/en/events/ila-berlin-2018.html #tiangong1

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! Was steckt dahinter? AND - Die weltweit größte Radaranlage kann Weltraumschrott präzise vermessen und Satelliten detailliert abbilden. Noch eine Woche bis zur @ILA_Berlin. Erfahren Sie dort mehr! Klick auf den Link im Profil, um mehr zu unseren Messeständen auf der ILA Berlin zu erfahren oder kopiere diesen Link: https://www.fhr.fraunhofer.de/de/veranstaltungen/ila-berlin-2018.html #tiangong1

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image by Real charlesmilander (@realcharlesmilander) with caption : "A Chinese Space Lab is Going to Fall to Earth — And Nobody Knows Where It Will Land

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A Chinese Space Lab is Going to Fall to Earth — And Nobody Knows Where It Will Land Chinese space lab Tiangong-1 (or “heavenly palace”) is set to fall back to Earth some time at the end of March or beginning of April. The catch: It’s unclear where it will fall. The 19,000-pound space lab — China’s precursor to a space station, according to NPR — was decommissioned and de-orbited in 2016, after being in use for nearly five years, Popular Mechanics reported . It has been replaced with Tiangong-2. Tiangong-1’s fall to Earth is different from that of other space debris, which often have a controlled burn through the atmosphere and land in the ocean. Initially, Tiangong-1 was expected to fall towards the end of 2017. As the lab has gotten lower, however, it has been easier to predict the “when”: “~30 March to ~6 April,” according to the European Space Agency . The agency notes that “This is highly variable.” However, because the lab orbits the Earth “several” times per day, according to Popular Mechanics , the “where” is nearly impossible to predict. The organization Aerospace Corporation predicts that it will be somewhere between “north of 42.7° N latitude or south of 42.7° S latitude.” No one knows where #Tiangong1 will reenter, but we do know odds of it harming someone are vanishingly small. Our scientists calculate odds of you being hit by Tiangong-1 debris are ~1mil times smaller than odds of winning Powerball jackpot – even if you live in ‘high risk’ areas. pic.twitter.com/ic6hSl7WD6 — TheAerospaceCorp (@AerospaceCorp) March 13, 2018 Jon ( @Itzalpean ), in a priv. discussion, has convinced me that the 8500 kg mass I use in my #Tiangong1 a/m analysis is too high, as it probably represents the fuelled mass of the spacecraft. Below are results for 7500 kg (assuming ~1000 kg fuel spent). @SSC_NL @planet4589 pic.twitter.com/OAfoS7uDMg — Dr Marco Langbroek (@Marco_Langbroek) March 21, 2018 According to Dr. William Ailor, an engineer at the Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies, there is little to worry about in terms of being hit by falling space debris. Most of the lab will burn up i

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image by The Euro Coin (@the_euro_coin) with caption : "Here are mine two Poststamps from Solomon Islands. The theme is space and China contribution to space and universe explo" - 1753896199540418060
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Here are mine two Poststamps from Solomon Islands. The theme is space and China contribution to space and universe exploration. SOLOMON ISLANDS 2016 Shenzhou-11 The Shenzhou-11 spacecraft linked up with Tiagong-2 (Shenzhou–11, launched on 17 October 2016; Chen Dong, The member of Shenzhou-11 crew; Jing Haipeng, The member of Shenzhou-11 crew; Tiangong-2, launched on 15 September 2016) SOLOMON ISLANDS 2016 Shenzhou-11 The Shenzhou-11 spacecraft linked up with Tiagong-2 (Shenzhou–11 and Tiangong–2 linking up) #tiangong1

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image by AstroCamp (@astrocamp) with caption : "Tiangong-1, a Chinese space station launched in 2011 and pictured by an artist here, crashed back down to Earth on April" - 1753803152270711502
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Tiangong-1, a Chinese space station launched in 2011 and pictured by an artist here, crashed back down to Earth on April 2 last week. This was totally expected, though! It was never intended as a permanent orbiter, and it crashed safely into the Pacific Ocean! #tiangong1

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image by larealnoticia (@larealnoticia) with caption : "#ResumenSemanal Video: Asi se Desintegró la Estación Espacial China #Tiangong1 al Caer a la Tierra http://ow.ly/EsiM30jn" - 1753244104948961099
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Video: Asi se Desintegró la Estación Espacial China #Tiangong1 al Caer a la Tierra http://ow.ly/EsiM30jnB1c

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image by All Around Science (@itsthemind) with caption : "This Week In Science March 31-April 6 2018 - #SpaceX #GravitationalLensing #Tiangong1 #GeneEditing #Neurology

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This Week In Science March 31-April 6 2018 - #Tiangong1 Via @futurism

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Not Enough Space

image by Not Enough Space (@notenoughspace_ngo) with caption : "Repost from @merajangelic using @RepostRegramApp - China's Tiangong-1 unoccupied space lab will fall from the sky tonigh" - 1752816007356287218
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Repost from @merajangelic using @RepostRegramApp - China's Tiangong-1 unoccupied space lab will fall from the sky tonight. According to @europeanspaceagency , 1 monitoring almost complete - ESA's team forecasting reentry during a window of about four hours centred on 01:07 UTC (03:07 CEST) on 2 April Summary & FAQ: http://blogs.esa.int/rocketscience/2018/04/01/monitoring-almost-complete/ Link also in bio